Coronavirus live news: UK infection rate 'basically flat', says ONS head; South Africa cases top 350,000

Andrei Kelin said in a BBC interview broadcast Sunday that there was “no sense” in the allegations made last week by the United States, Britain and Canada.

UK’s head of Office for National Statistics calls for scaling up of testing; South Africa’s cases become fifth-highest worldwideFace masks mandatory in Melbourne; worldwide deaths pass 600,000Trump reportedly seeks to block testing funds as cases surgeBoris Johnson’s plan for ‘normality’ met with criticism See all our coronavirus coverage 10.02am BST Russia’s ambassador to Britain has rejected allegations that his country’s intelligence services sought to steal information about a coronavirus vaccine.Andrei Simple if case #s are low & imported cases caught. S. Korea study show children can also transmit virus- degree seems to differ by age. Complex & fraught, if cases are higher w/community transmission. 9.53am BST Household transmission of Covid-19 was high if the patient was 10–19 years of age, according to a new South Korean study which is being flagged up by experts in other states seeking to determine how to approach the tricky issue of re-opening schools.Here’s a tweet from the Scottish government’s top coronavirus advisor Devi Sridhar, and one from the US biologist Carl Bergstrom.Few

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